Curriculum Development Officer

Global Health Corps
Musanze, Rwanda
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The Curriculum Development Officer (CDO) will work with the whole Spark MicroGrants Rwanda team to build out materials and tools critical for Spark’s program of training community based facilitators. The CDO’s work will involve documenting processes and practices that are critical for success for Spark’s local government training partners, including supporting colleagues to build out case studies and relevant tools and materials, including a range of audio-visual tools and apps. These tools, materials, and curricula will be crucial to improving Spark’s program and scalability, especially how Spark targets rural family nutrition, food security, and livelihoods across three districts in Rwanda.

Based in Musanze, the CDO will help build context specific tools using the results of learning projects. In this regard, the officer will design discussions to gather input, feedback, and recommendations from the team, local government officials, and communities. The CDO must be detail oriented and possess the ability to plan and manage multiple projects. Spark is scaling rapidly and the officer will be in a unique position to provide the necessary tools to improve Spark’s impact and reach within Rwanda.


Track and document iterations on the training curriculum
Facilitate learning projects to strengthen the Spark training curriculum
Document processes and practices that are critical for success for training partners
Support team members to document best practices and challenges case studies
Develop audio and visual training tools
Produce country specific materials and updates for in-country partners on program progress

Skills & Experience

Items indicated with an asterisk (*) are required

Bachelor’s degree*
Preferred: Bachelor\’s or master\’s degree in a social sciences or public health discipline
Experience in teaching, education or writing training and/or curricula*
Audio/video production skills*
Strong communication skills, including verbal, written, and facilitation*
Working proficiency in French
Graphic design skills
Interest and prior experience in community driven development
Ability to work with minimal supervision (as direct line manager will be in a different country)
Strong attention to detail

Additional Information

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